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 I*.-,  Enderby, B. C,  Octobers. 1912  AND  W  A L K E R 'S.  WEEKLY  Vol."5;'No. 26; Whole No. 240  Town and District News in Brief  of People ancl Things Heard About  Mr. Wm. Elson is on a visit to the  coast.  Mrs. H. G. Mann returned from the  coast this week.  Mr.   Carl    Johnson   is visiting the  .Westminster fair.  Mrs. R. A. Cowan left for Hardisty,  Alta., on Monday.  - - Miss Langman was a passenger for  -Vancouver Friday.  Miss Hazel Richardson left on Saturday for Victoria.  . .  Miss Sadie Jonea left for New Westminster on Saturday. ���������������������������*  Mr. R. J. Coltart was a pilgrim to  .New Westminster fair, Tuesday.  Mr. and Mrs.  Walter Robinson left'  for the Westminster fair on Friday.  .   Dr. "stuart   and   Mr. Davidson and  family- left on Monday for 'Australia.  v Mrs. G.  H.    Thompson left to join'  v her husband at**Victoria en Saturday.  "g\ Mr.: Chas.    Ashton is. enjoying the  *-,_ sights at, the . New. Westminster-fair.  .-   ,-Born-i-At Mara, . on Sept/ 27th, to  Mr...and.-Mrs. Cyril-Rosoman,'a,son.  ;  _- Mrg".>.Geo'.vFolkard'leftconf Saturday  ��������������������������� to^Visit'hcY^daughter,-.Mrs. Covey,-at  - Chase.        ��������������������������� . *   * ���������������������������     ,        r,--.'-.--?- ,,-  '.Miss-rScanes, who has' been "visiting  Mrs. T. E. Roclie, left for Vancouver  on Tuesday.        -:-.���������������������������'���������������������������.  Born���������������������������At their Enderby'home, Sept.  ��������������������������� 26th,  to Mr.  and Mrs.  A.  Anderson,  a daughter. "   **"  ���������������������������Mr.--.Norman Grant has' the cement  foundation    laid for a new home on  ' George street.  Work on the St. George's vicarage  is tied up ' awaiting the arrival of a  carload,of material.  Mrs. Benj. Buchholz and family left  for New Westminster on Sunday,  where they will reside.  "Mr. F. H. Barnes returned from a  month's visit to his old home in  -Nova .Scotia, Tuesday.  =^Mri=Ni=HiH������������������enny^was"in i"d=!ip=w itlv  a sprained ankle last week, but is  again ready for business.  - A meeting of the Girls' Guild will-he  held Friday evening at 9o'clock, at the  home of .Miss Jane Duncan.  Mr. J. S. Johnstone left for Salmon-Arm this week, to finish his  cement-block contracts there.  Mrs. M. E. Bouch left for Wcstmin-  " ster on   Friday,   where she will join  her husband, who has located there.  Photographer James has on display  in the window of Scott the Shoe Man  many samples of excellent photography.  Benj. Brundish i.s this week finishing the interior plastering of tlie new  home of Mr. Ed. Forrester, on Mill  street.  Col. Carnac and family, after several weeks spent in Enderby, left for  Chemainus, Vancouver Island, on  Monday.  The regular monthly meeting of the  Hospital Auxiliary wiU be held at  the City Hall, at 4 p.m., Oct. 3rd,  (to-day.)  Messrs. Crane & Packham have had  a very attractive window display this  week of Hullcar (Deer Park) spuds  and apples.  Mr. Dean Fravel left on Tuesday for  New York state, where he will join  Mrs. Fravel and children. He will  spend the winter there.  Mr. P. W. Chapman has authorized  Mr. F. V. Moffet -returnsd from a  trip into the wheat belt on Monday.  Of all the towns, he knows anything  about, he says Lethbridge is the Best.  He saw some of the finest No. One  Hard wheat he ever handled, at Lethbridge, and contracted for it to be  shipped to the Enderby mills, where  it will be turned into Moffet's Best.  The Board of   Trade concert given'  resignation as organist and choir  master at St. George's church, on  Saturday, Sept. 28th.  Some "splendid boxes of Victoria  plums were placed on sale at Maundrell's this week from the trees of  Harry Butchart, Deep .Creek.  ' Photographer Hudson, of Kelowna,  was in Enderby   on    Monday,  doing  some work for   the Vera an News, to!clusi������������������n ������������������f the program the floor was  be  used    in    the   special   Christmas  cleared and    the    Enderby orchestra  provided    music   for   a social dance:  The whole affair, was a success,  anl  Enderby's Golden Opportunity  is at Hand; Will It Be Grasped ?  The  forthcoming    Okanagan -Valley [are now presented with the deplorable.,  Apple Show, to* bethel 1 at'Vernon on'fact that   the   financial    ai-d   is not  October 23 and 24, will in- all probability be the largest and grandest  exhibition of its kind ever held in the  Interior.     It will compare in quality  last night   in  well attended,  the Opera House was  iif not   in  quantity   with the great  and the several num- j  Canadian apple   show held last vear  bers greatly   enjoyed.       At the con-  number of that paper.  - The regular monthly meeting of the  Presbyterian Ladies Aid will be held  at the home ot Mrs. Flewwelling, on*  the afternoon of Thursday, Oct. 10th,  at 3 o'clock. -A full attendance is  requested.   Afternoon tea.  .-Mr. B. R. Ilsley, veterinary inspector,    reports    having   examined    the  dairy   cows'   of   Glen   Bros.,  W.   N.  Townsp:.d and I. M. Townsend, all of  Armstrong; and' found all free' of .tuberculosis.     _���������������������������-.--���������������������������.'-  - -'Mr. E." J. Mack"completed*"the'*team  work on'tlie" schoprground^excavating"*  Wednesday,' and'*-' will"��������������������������� complete  the"  shovelj.work on"^Friday. w He had; to,"  move!   something.^ lover ? a- thousand  cubic- yards.   '. . ZZJy Z '       i   "''   '  The people-of-'Arrrietron"? know- how  to welcome a. few. piecesrpf silverware.  When the lacrosse ��������������������������� boys - came home  from Kamloops....with'* the, Shaw' cup,  the (Advertiser says,  "the train  was  all participating in it were congratulated on the splendid-outcome.  The" Enderby **Boy "'Scout. baseball  team went to" Salmon'Arm last Saturday to give the Salmon Arm boys a  return game and a chance to even*up  the score..p But it was" not in thc  Arm boys to-do it. , Thc score stood  32 to 2 when the end "came." " Oh the  same 'day the seniors visited the Arm'  and'played a [game. .In this ".the 'locals: stopped scoring'at"* 17/ while the'  Arm,big boys never started to score:  It wasn't as much baseball as it was'  good-natured sport.' " ",[    "' ��������������������������� .    ������������������������������������������������������  .     The  ���������������������������_���������������������������  set the  I in Vancouver, and the International  j apple shows held in Spokan  'first- Vally apple show , will  pace for those to follow each year.  The show will not be held at Vernon  nest year/'-perhaps, but wherever it is  held���������������������������probabLy at Kelowna���������������������������its success this year will, in a large' measure regulate its character next-year,  and for all years to come. . Jt must  become the .greatest -'annual * apple  show in   the  visitors from East and West,' North-  and South, as---we ' all may-hope it  will Wthe years 'roll on: Itis'the  one BKT-thing in' the -.Valley that^w;e  all can������������������well afford to devote our'best-  thought; and;effort* to. "*"' It -n*nist'"suc"  ceed.'���������������������������.-It will;succeed.-.-���������������������������.It".will-c-o'e'- an'  event 'that'- every ��������������������������� residen t* of" the^Oka  nagan can "take  forthcoming to enable thc district to"  take its place along .with the others  of the- Valley   in   the one BIG."- event  that    the    Valley   is, combining. to  make.    To    publish   this fact is unpleasant.   To blind our. eyes to it is  far worse.   ,We have the fruit; we[are  -  offered    the   services of >a competent -  man to collect and assemble a credit-'  able  exhibit.     It   will .take $250-or-  $300 to make. the collection ah 1 ��������������������������� get  it in place at Vernon.  - Most-of this,  amount    would   come back to us,  if  not in prizes, then by:the'*sale,of 'the  fruit.... Are,we, to blindly sit by.'and '  let this    opportunity, slip fa way from;  Z-t  V, I  _ Sales Mahager^L'ewis, of/the Okanagan sW.Mills,- Ltd/; leaves'.this weekrj t?'.ict'��������������������������� c&n .afford to keep but"of." '/---���������������������������  on a trip-, through the .-.Northwest. pi-The Okanagan -Valley'-Apple' Show  The lumber shipments last month fell j1? to_ be beld each vyear.".It-will be  off very little," inspitc of the "big de-jheld^in the .different towns "as; they  mand for attention from the railway ;Prepaire themselves to handle it. .It  company-in "the -fruit shipping cen- 'miist.be  .handled - rigtit.'.'-itmust be  us? ,   Enderby has never yet failcd-to?"  West if it is" to-attract j uphold her   end.   when it' came' to 'a[.  pinch.     She will this time' if ;,w;e are';"  not- represented v by a- creditable .-dis-*,  play-at  the "OkanaganyVallcy'"'Apple'-;-"  ShoWf-to ',be " held   at, Vernon'"threes,  weeks \hence.-  _.-A cbminunicatiohfi was "received .this,  weekJfrom"-Mr. -J. ^A^Meldrum ,";s2cre:5  tar*)**;" cf the':apple show, [fin which'..he;  5ajcs::i .-.:���������������������������";, J. -.-*$"V      '    ' "'"     **������������������������������������������������������-'  ���������������������������\viV,-*������������������_  ���������������������������"*'���������������������������'-'y-v*"r-*>.*  ^  JtJ-  'i *-*-*_'���������������������������***'_  pride* in.. jVlt^is.thel.  one'BIG "thing * that'.no, .town .or'dis,-  ' .**** |  met by the local band who" playdJ a [tres.     The   lumber-company reports .the "best,     its accommodation:, must  . I am ..'directed 'by-Jthe-Board:of-\  Management of the appie showVto exS;  tend to-Enderby ,* thanks" for ;the ,in";  terest .you' are' taking"in [the"apple.;'  show':'..We are making great efforts'*  to makethe. show ^.success, and one.i-  worthyf'of " the~Vailey, and'"it'is o'nly'^  by'-" every."- town -doing its  share" in '.  number of.selections."'"'   Mr. Ed. Schoot,'last week while at  work in Aviary's    c|;mp, three miles  or more up Mabel Lake wugon road  felled a tree,   and    was caught by a"  limb.     The blow broke his nose,.an.1-  tendered.hini   unconscious. "   He was  brought   to'  town   at    once and Dr.  Keith dressed the injury.  Rev. Wni. Elliott, B.' A., of Vernon,  will conduct tha annual missionary  services in the Methodist church here  splendid business,-and the outlook for ! be "equal to'*those of the large "shows J sending, in? exhibits that we can.*hopera-  more    business     is    the   -brightest. ,in the cities���������������������������provision 'must be -made  [Manager Stevens'" reports the estab-  *���������������������������? take care    of the visitors..    Only  llishment of another- camp this week���������������������������.* tbe larger of the .Valley towns can do  Camp 5,  at   Hildcn   Lake���������������������������where  60 j this.   It   will    be   some time before  men are employed, under the foreman- {a town such as - Enderby can handle  ship of Bob Kinshler. -       '_ . successfully, such an undertaking. But  ,r        ' -c '.   ,r   ,       , A   n'��������������������������� one day"the   Okanagan-Valley Apple  Messrs. E. J. Mack and H. G. Mann 01       .   .,, .      .   ,. , , -*,       ..  .,--.,. _    -,. Show will be   held here, and when it  have entered    into    partnership,  and  next Sunday. Mr. Elliott was engaged for 14 years in missionary and  educational work in Japan, and will  therefore be able to present the cause  of missions with added interest.  Seven, thousand feet of the Trinity  Valley road has been graded from the  will establish the Enderby Garage.  They will start - the erection of a  35x"40 building next week,  on the.lot  is, Enderby will be ready to handle it  ,right. . Until that time, Enderby  'must be satisfied to put her best foot  .'fcrward_in_the_  _cshibition^whe"ii-it_is-as_an _Okanagan  to make." ��������������������������� it - so.- - We - have/- received .  very encouraging    promises from thc_J  tbwns   'south    of- us,' and I do riot  think that sofar.as the-south end-of.  the Valley is concerned,.that we need ?  have" any fear but that it will be well x  represented." -  JThere are at least-three, main reasons why Enderby.,should have an" ex-."  hibit at the   apple show;  aside from  the pride we [should take in the show"  yalley���������������������������proposition,--  aiming  at    big    things.      First,   the -  -between=Mjc'^s--Eivei*rStabie-an^hT^ ,��������������������������� th_    gistci. VftIloy ^.^ ^  Bank of    Montreal    property      They ;to atten(] t}]e ghow     t|uis to | competitive   stimulus makes for bet-  will install a   complete line of autos !      ,    ., ....      ..,' ,.      fn��������������������������� fr���������������������������;f _������������������_.���������������������������,���������������������������������������������������������������������������������.    ������������������������������������������������������ ���������������������������,   . .    -  . .,,    . .make it a success compatible with the iter fruit growing; second, by coming  and accessories, and will also have ���������������������������i. . . ,.     ,. ., .   .    **���������������������������  ���������������������������^,,f������������������������������������������������������f    ,���������������������������!fL      lU-      ��������������������������� ,������������������������������������������������������      - ,  , , .        ,, -importance of the Valley as a whole. i/n cDntact    with    other growers and  machine shop for making all repairs, j    Should  Em|erby nJfst|.lct fnil tQ bc,thcir WQrk we g(jt new Jdeft8 fof Qur  Mr. Mann has had  a practical  train- gented ,��������������������������� thc flrBt show_that to |own orchards;   and, third, by taking  ing in   garage   work,- in a New- \ork  establishment,    and    will  be able  to  j    Should   Enderby  District fail  to  be  .'represented in the first show���������������������������that toiown orchards;  j bc held throe weeks hence, it will be fpart in the show we contribute to its  south end of the bridge, and thc road {handle repairs and  machines in com- If m������������������St senolls  has been grubbed and plowed an nd-j petition .with _the_best of. them  ditional 3000,feet,in readiness for the  grader.      Foreman    Baxter   has   his  camp established at thc Mudra place,  where a small bridge has to bc built.  blow.     The greatest [success   and    thereby help forward,a  good, "wholesome movement.     Sooner  Miss Dorothy M. Davis, organizer  for B. C. of the Womans Suffrage  movement, was in Enderby Monday  evening and Tuesday. She did not  j succeed in organizing a branch of the  movement here, but started the work  and promised to return at a later  date  and  complete  the organization.  A timber buyer for the Adams Lumber Company was��������������������������� in the district between Enderby and Mara, recently, endeavoring to contract for the delivery  of 5,000,000 feet of logs. He closed  several contracts for the available  timber, and there is promise of a  busy winter in the bush.  Contractor.Russell finished the surface drain work last week, and used  the grader on the streets broken up  by the work. Mr. Russell has promised t olet us have for publication a  statement showing the exact cost of  the work, which might be valuable  for estimating    other    work    of-this  or "later���������������������������perhaps three" or .four "years  hence���������������������������it  will    be  Enderby's  turn   to  , fault in th'e past has been that En-'  derby"has~ne"gle"ct"cd to" be Tcpfcscnted'  The Enderby Troop of Boy Scouts 'at the various Valley exhibitions,  will leave for Vcinon this afternoon ,Thc fault has been our own. I.vcryibave the apple show. We dj not  to be in attendance at the reception inducement has been offered to en-!wanfc anyone to then say that at any  '.(' His Majesty the Duke of Con-!courage district and individual ex-!time Enderby failed to make good  naught at 9 o'clock Friday morning, hibitors. What we have lost through -when called upon for an exhibit. We'  The    Connaught    special    will    pass   our failure to take advantage of the |tnny not carry    ofi the prize���������������������������but we  shall have done our best���������������������������and it will  be no mean best.  through Enderby at G o'clock Friday (opportunities offered, cannot be corn-  morning. After the public reception , puted in dollars and cents, but we  at Vernon, the ducal party will pro-, know all too well, what it has cost  ceed to Penticton, where they are to  us in  the   measure    of tlie district's  be received at 4 p.m., after which the  return journey will commence. The  Connaught special will pass Enderby  on its way out of thc Valley at 2 a.  m. Saturday morning.  the statement   that   he   gave in his character.  The Armstrong    lacrosse boys have  advancement. [a splendid    display    of cups won by  The bigger opportunity is now be-j them this season: They have five in".  tore us. Are we big enough to meet jail, some, of tbem- beauties. The"  it, and take our place with the other; Shaw cup, the championship cup of  towns and districts in the Valley? jthe Inetrior, was the last cup won, it-  Are we to have an exhibit of our ap-. being taken from the.Kamloops testm  Will Valley papers please note tint-pies and   pears   in    the forthcoming  at the Centenary    celebration.      Mr.-  Penticton fall fair will take place on Okanagan  Friday,  October   18th and not Sept. [will be to  28th, as advertised by most m them  ���������������������������lticton Herald.  Valley    Apple    Show?   TtjA.   E.   Maundrell    visited   Armstrong  our   shame if we do not. 'this week to    see the cups���������������������������be is an  Our   citizens���������������������������our    businessmen    in  old lacrosse player himself��������������������������� and was  It is 50 yegrs ago since John A.  Mara came to B. C. At one time he  owned all the steamers on the Arrow  Lakes.     He gave Mara its namo.  particular���������������������������have   ever been most lib-  so pleased with the collection that he  eral in coming to the aid of any lo-jcame home and ordered hi... bakery to  j Don't fan a fuss and it will r.oon  die out. There is m thing really  worth a quarrel anyw:xy.'  turn out a many-tiered fancy cake  for thc boys, to be eaten at some of  their club gatherings.  cal organization having the good of  Enderby at heart. We have seen  them, even in thc season just closing,  subscribe two and three hundred dollars in a few hours to accomplish Preserving peaches at 90c per crate  the thing that meant upholding the'Leave your order. J. W; Evans &  good name of Enderby.     And yet* we , Son. THE ENDERBY PRESS AND WALKER'S WEEKLY-  Thursday, October 3. 1912  ALGER  and  HENTY  ooks for  A Large selection just received of the most interesting* stories by these  authors.  <������������������.;.-; ������������������������������������������������������������������������$_'. <������������������.$<s-;<*������������������������������������������������������; ���������������������������-?/$4 ������������������'��������������������������� $���������������������������$<'*<*���������������������������*<. '���������������������������$*$>  35c Each; 3 books $1.00  A. REEVES  Druggist & Stationer  ClifT St. Enilci-li.  nVfr^FPRV    PR FQQI was attended   by    representatives of  ^^il1^^^ L railways,    stock    associations,  Published  every   ThursdayatEnder.by, *B.C. at I packers,   etc. The   government   also  'lent its advice and assistance, and a  ���������������������������serious   effort    will   be made by the  government to   restore this declining  .industry,   so    that   it will not  only  supply  the home    market,  but again  bc on an exporting basis.  $2 per year, by the Walker Press.   1 Advertising  Hates:   Transient. SOc an inch  first  !���������������������������' insertion.'-."ie each siilwiHiti'ent insertion.   Gon-  I ,, tract advertising, Jl an innh pur month.  ' I.enal Notices:   12c a line first insertion; He a line  |    each .subsequent insertion.  ' Iteiidinir N������������������iiccs and Locals: liie a line.  OCTOBER 3.   1912  i  ALL A .MATTER OF GROWTH  'ifF  69  3  !0  13.14)1^16 [17  20'������������������ I 22 23!24  lh  !!  Ifi  *+t\J\  W  12  26  *^r=.ji i -. i-     _!|       -j   !    Any individual can be a stronger in-  ' dividual    by    standing   up    for  ALL  NOTICE TO FRUIT .GROWERS  SECRET SOCIETIES  A.F.&A.M".  Mr. E. D. Smith, a Provincial fruit  inspector,  visited    the Okanagan  the  'past  week.     While here he requested  the Board of Trade to issue notice to  its members, and the fruit growers of  the  district  generally,   warning  them  to  be on  the look out for any signs  .of the    codling    moth in  their fruit,  'and .urging   them    to   kindly send a  .sample of any    fruit affected by any  ! fruit pest  that    looks  suspicious,   to  io .'Mr. T.  Cunnungham,    Provincial    in-  Liiicu    N:>.   ... ,  meetinKs    lirst  spector of fruit    pests, Court House,  A. SUTCLIFFE  W. M.  'On lerhy  tegular      ..  Flmrhday on   or after  the, , , . ,    full moon at s p. m. in Odd-i Vancouver, or notify lurn at once, so  Sh.��������������������������� cordially hiS >at immediate    steps may be taken  ,to investigate the case.     Should the  F-S������������������,"uryNES- codling moth ever get a hold in the  ���������������������������T~X~\~~~r\   T~T ifruit    orchanls    ofB-    C, it would  j[     f)    yjt JH m -mean a loss of    thousands of dollars  ' every year to the fruit growers  - JC^  X.e=^'~~~*'~^^^f)   EnreUa Lodtfe. No. 50    ��������������������������� ���������������������������. ^   , .,  M;ls cvel.y Tuesdav eveninK at 8 o'clock, in 1. O. |     The   codling     moth   lays  its   CggS   in  b. F. hall   Metcalf  block.    VisilinK  bothers al- ��������������������������� whon  the 1)lossom petals  GKO.HKLLAWY.gV.iC.  _ are  faning>    and    the    worm    when  j.' a'. gay'loVd.'ti-iWs'.   ; hatched,  bores its way into the core  I^ISfRRY   LODGE of the yollng apple and eats the corc'  No 35 K of P* '- i ������������������ften workinS its way. out. through  the side of thc apple. The worm is  yellow, and has a black head, with a  black sigment across the neck, and it  usually has a black tipped tail.  There is another   worm which cats  Meets every Monday evening  in K.of P. Hall.- Visitors cordially invited to attend.  G. G.CAMPHELL/C.C.  C. E.STRICKLAND, K-.k.S.  T.E. KODIE. M.F..    .     ..  Hall suitable fo C > .certs; D mces and all public .  entertainments.  For "Jp-g"'^'^'^^^^,.', >_into. the apple from-the. side,.-but en-    ���������������������������   ' ' ters only a short distance.   This pest  I can be controlled by the usual meth-   -������������������������������������������������������ J' ods of spraying; not so with" the cod-  TflNDERBY   COTTAGE   HOSPITAL;.ling   moth./ Very ��������������������������� strict measures'of  A-J     "���������������������������r. n,. y������������������������������������������������������r-Lr T>.y���������������������������..-..>;..r,cJ "        -spraying would have to betaken.  It is up to every fruit grower, and  also those who sell or pack fruit, to  'selves and ALL churches and ALL institutions instead of bowing down  j and worshiping at the shrine of sel-  , fishness    in    whatever    form. As  ! Elizabeth Towne puts it: "You can  j be just as good a Catholic when you  ���������������������������are going to the Baptist church and  just as good a Baptist when you are  going to the Catholic church, or no  church at all. This is thc day of the  individual and of recognition of'tlie  fact that every individual is just as  near God as all the others, and that  each individual must be led by the  God within himself, not coerced by  thc laws within the organization  which he, has created. In other  words, Catholics should ler.ve their  members free to grow out of their  church if the spirit within directs  them* to do it. Also it should leave  its laws universal enough so that  people could keep on growing forever  without having to get outside of  those laws. What I say of the .Catholic church is true of any and all  others. And because churches have  not gumption enough to get rid of  these narrow, constricting laws * that  would make persons conform to the  world instead of being transformed by  the renewing from within of their own  minds, as Paul expressed it���������������������������because  the churches stupidly cling to their  old laws, the people have to outgrow  the churches instead of staying in the  churches and letting . the' churches  grow with them anl" for them."  Bank of Montreal  Established   1817  CAPITAL   all   paid   up,    $15,413,000;   REST, ?15,000,CC"0.eO '-,  Hon. President, Rt. Hon. Lord Strathcona and Mount Royal G. U. 11. O.  President, R. 3. Angus, Esq.   Vice-President, Sir Edward Clouston, Bart.  General Manager, H.V.Meredith  BRANCHES IN LONDON, ENG., NEW  YORK and CHICAGO.  SAVINGS   BANK   DEPARTMENT  Deposits received from $1 upwards, and interest allowed at current rates.  Interest credited  .Oth  June and 31st December. ������������������  !.NDERBY BRANCH A.  E.  Taylor, Manager  PROFESSIONAL  MISS WARWICK, Proprietress  Maternity Fees, $20 per week  Fees coveriiiR ordinary illness, ?2.S0per r'ay.  ENDERB Y. II. C  W. CHAPMAN  Visits or receives pupils for Piano, Onran. Violin  SinarinKT anil Theory of Music, Etc.  Address, P. O. iiox SI. Enderby.  W  ALTER ROBINSON  keep a sharp look out for any indica  tiens, and immediately notify the in-  'spectors if any signs are found. By  'so doing they will be helping tho  , government, the fruit grower and the  ' public.  |    Let us keep    tha    Enderby district  free from all diseases and fruit pests,  : and we shall   always have a demand  for our fruit.  Dominion and  Provincial Land Surveyor  =R&isirBi5oeK=  NOTARY   I'llliTlC  CONVEY ANC I: R  A'-rrceTien.? of Sale.   Deeds & M irttraites.  Docu-  m-.its Witnessed.   Loans Negotiated \  On:e:"polson&lVbinson.  next  door Fulton's . CATTLE AND  SHEEP  INDUSTRIES  west, Enderby, I_. G. i     ��������������������������� ������������������������������������������������������ ,    Tjie  Ottawa    government is  taking  GL.   WILLIAMS a particular   interest   in' agriculture.  ��������������������������� One of the first acts passed last ses-     sion,   despite   the "opposition  of  the  -EN-!? &K.-B-Yy=I3 .--C.===^iljMal^memb(u:s,=^was=a^b.Ul^to^en^  ���������������������������r-fi'rrvTj      courage  agriculture  by  giving  subsi-  DR.   H.   W. . Klli 1 111, dies to each province.   Half a million  ,' dollars was voted for the purpose,  and agreements have now been signed  with all the provincial governments,  Liberal and Conservative alike, apportioning thc subsidies according to  population.  The local governments have taken  TT.N DERBY "CONSERVATIVE" hold" of��������������������������� the "scheme "with enthusiasm"  and  thc system   of   co-operation   be  Victor Gramophones and Victrolas  Disc Records  Perforated Music Rolls, from 15c up  For all Player Pianos  Always in stock  Leave your order with us for Edison or Disc Records, if we haven't  what you want in stock. See and hear the Gourlay-Angelus  Piano.  J. E. CRANE,  Agent also for Church and Parlor Organs  Also Fire ami Life Insurance  Ollice in brick block opp. The Walker Press.  Enderby Apent  Finest in the Country  "Enderby is a charming villiage with eity airs.  When Paddy Murphy shook the snow of Sandon  off his feet he came here, and now owns one of  finest brick hotels in the country. Although  Paddy is an Irishman from Michigan, he calls his ,  hotel the King Edward. In addition, to the excellence of the meals, breakfast is served up to 10  o'clock, which is an added attraction for tourists."  (Extract from Lowery's Ledge.)  Special Subscription Offer  A number, of new comers have become "residents' of Enderby and district in the past-.few: months. Many  have already, subscribed for thc Press,  others have not1.j We are making improvements "in "the.J'paper every little  while, ���������������������������** and, while ' refusing -at all  times to make " pretentious promises  of what we shall do in the future, we  will state that- we have in contemplation a vastly bigger step than any  we have yet made, in the spring of  19L3. We want to increase our subscription list materially before making the next move, and wish to have  every newcomer in thc district enrol ied with us. We will give every  new subscriber the paper from low  until, the end of 1913���������������������������15 months���������������������������for  the regular price of one year���������������������������$2.00.  Gall or write���������������������������The Walker Press, Enderby.  COAL FOR 8A1.1-]  I am prepared to fill or Jus for soft  ���������������������������coaUand=hard=coal-.   King Edward Hotel,p H MUEPHY  Proprietor  Enderby  ENDER B Y  No Irrigation Required  These lands are situated on the benches near Enderby and are especially suited for. Fruit and Vegetables, and, havingbeen in crop, are In splendid condition for planting.  An experienced fruit grower is in charge and will give instruction to  purchasers.free of charge,-or orchar. ���������������������������will be planted and cared for at a  moderate charge.  lfiO acres, sub-divided into 20-acre lots ..<��������������������������� now on the market at 7ST75  per acre.  Get in on the first block and make money on the advance.  Apply to���������������������������      v  GEORGE PACKHAM,  Deer Park Land Office, Enderby.   -  Get Ready for Winter  Fix up your House, Barn  Ollice hours:    Forenoon,  9 to 10:30  Afternoon, -i tn ���������������������������<  Evening. ���������������������������!:������������������() to ":;,������������������  Sunday, by appointment  Ollice: Cor. CliiV anil CetirKe.Sts. EisMJEKHY  JAMES MOWAT,  Boll Block.  POLITICAL  & "ASSOCIATION  .J. li. RUTTAN,       A. K. CROSSMAN  President. Secretary.  CHl'ItCH OF ENGLAND  (St.Georgc)  Sunday Nerviccs-S a.r.-:., Holy Communion;   11    a.m.,    Morning  Prayer;  7:30 p.m., Evening Prayer.  REV. M.  P. HILTON,  Vicnr.  tween the federal nnd provincial governments i.s regarded as an admirable  one. To further extend the system of  co-operation, Mr. C. C. James, former deputy minister of auriculturc for  Ontario, and regarded as one of the  greatest agricultural experts in the  Dominion, is at present working out  a  scheme   which    will   be laid  before  and .Outbuilding's  Here are   some   specials in lumber  while they last :  I No. 3 Boards, per thousand ....*���������������������������[! 4.00 i No. 2 Dimension, " "  jNo. 4 Flooring, Dp. Sdg & Ceil 12.00 No. 3 Bev. Cedar Siding.  iNo.  2 Lath        2.00  1x4 No.  1 &2 Shiplap ....  12.00  15.00  14.00  1    These arc good values,and you will  be pleased with them..  'OKANAGAN SAW MILLS, Ltd. E���������������������������de.by  JAMES MOWAT  I.NDI.KBV   METHODIST   CHURCH .  ...  .      ,,,   . , ���������������������������      f   Hon.  Martin Burrell  very shortly  Sunday Services���������������������������Divine Worship at .....       ....  11 a.m. and 7:30p.m.; Tuesday, 8 p.m.  Kpworth   League;    Thursday,  8  p.m.,  prayer Meeting.   A cordial invitation  Lo everyone to worship with us.  REV.  J. O. BROWN,  M.A., Pastor.  As a result of the attention given  by the Hon. Martin Burrell to thc declining sheep industry, and his efforts  in this respect, there are already  signs of revival, particularly in the  .Maritime Provinces and British Columbia. Thc cattle industry of the  West  i.s  another    industry  which  has  PRESBYTERIAN    CHURCH  St.   Andrews  Sunday    Serviees-11   a.m.  and  7:30 been  threatened    to almost disappear  p.m.;   V.P.S.O.E.,  Monday,  7:30 p.m. in   recent   years.     Formerly   Western  REV.   I).   CAMPBELL,  Pastor. Canada    shipped    great   numbers    of     cattle to England;  to-'day the export  FIRST   BAPTIST  CHURCH trade  has  dropped  to nothing,  while  Sunday     Services���������������������������Sunday   school, there    arc    not   even    enough  cattle  10 a.m.;    regular    service,  3:30  p.m.; raised in tbe prairie provinces to sup-  Prayer service,  Wednesday,  7:30  p.m. ply    the   home   market.     Recently a  .REV. B. O.  STEWART, Pastor, conference was held in Winnipeg which  E. J. Mack  | Li very, Feed & Sale Stables |  f ENDERBY, B. C. I  | = t  Good Rigs;   Careful Driv- I  ^ crs; Draying of all kinds.      i  Comfortable and Commo- ^  dious Stabling for teams.      S  ��������������������������� 'k  Auto for Hire |  Prompt attention to all customers  Land-seekers  ancl  Tourists in  vited to give us a trial.  &W4$^<H'-QJW&^'<&������������������&$&&$'G<i> *  Fire, Life, Accident  INSURANCE AGENCIES  Hay Land  REAL ESTATE  Fruit Land  Town LoU  Tho Liverpool & London & Globe Ins. Co.  The Phoenix Insurance Co. of London.  L >n l.n-L'inc:i_hir<s Fire Insurance Co.  Koyal Insurance Co.,of Liverpool (Life dept  The London ts. Lancashire Guarantee  Accident Co., of Canada.   .  BELL BLOCK,   ENDERBY  Applications   received for  Loans on improved Farming  ��������������������������� and City property.  Apply to���������������������������  G. A. HANKEY & CO., Ltd.        VERNON, B.C.  I Send in your subscription to the Press 4  Thursday, October 3. 1912'  THE ENDERBY PRESS AND WALKEK'iS WEEKLY  ������������������  p^  o I  A  m  \omi  m  &}-5fe&  m  :_M  ���������������������������S3  ->T  wim-r  1vv*RIW.'Jt  mm,  IS?:  $������������������  ���������������������������I >W.  mm  m  '������������������m  rte';:-  ���������������������������S^&sskW  V  X  V  V  I  Government Commissioner Looking  Into the Question of Indian Reserves  ^1  St"?*  m  m  - fi 'i'S?:*?*^  nsSJ.  B  i  C\  if  TT should be your aim to  A  dress impressively and yet  tastefully. You should also aim to  do .this at least possible cost���������������������������without the sacrifice of any value whatever.  ���������������������������IM$&  iiiil^Hiiiiii  To wear FIT-RITE Tailored Clothes  is to achieve all this.     *  The newest fabrics ancl the newest features  of" all good tailoring are-to" be'found: in  FITrRITE garments.  - - 7-:   -- -     i-z/J~<y  ��������������������������� FIT-RITE Clothes cost you no more than  ���������������������������ordinary clothes; butf their appearance ancl  service value compel your, admiration.    ,  J% W.   EVANS  &  SON,   .'  Exclusive Agents,- Enderby :       ,  WATER NOTICE  For Licence to Take and Use Water.  NOTICE is -hereby given that  James Hozier Gardiner Baird," of  Hupel, British Columbia, will apply  for a licence . to , take and use three  hundred inches of water out  of an unnamed creek, which flows in  a_soutjie_rly_.diig_ction through .Govern..  ment land and my blocks, and empties into a cedar swamp near Hupel.  The water will be diverted at a point  one mile from Hupel,. and will be used  for domestic and irrigation purposes  on the land described as N. E. quarter section 7, Tp. 19, Range 6, and  S. E. quarter of section 18, in the  said township.  This   notice   was   posted    on    the  ground on   the   19th day of August,  -1912.--The-applicution--.vill be-filed -in  the office of   the   Water Recorder at  Kamloops, B.C.  Objections may be filed with the  said Water Recorder or with the  Comptroller of Water Rights, Parliament Buildings,  Victoria, B.Cn  JAMES H. G. BAIRD,  Applicant.  BLANCHARD & ENGLISH  Enderby, B. C.  Contractors & Builders  ^Departing Events  Cast Shadoivs Behind  First-class Cabinet Work and  Picture Framing-,  Undertaking Parlors in connection.  Next to City Hall.  J. S. JOHNSTONE  Cement Building  Contractor  Is prepared to furnish straight blocks  veneer   blocks,    cement   brick,  lawn  vases, peer   blocks,   chimney blocks;  also lime and cement.  Leave orders early.  Enderby, B. 0.  Zeoke Se_rrum says if you would keep fiics cfT  your bald spot, feed them tutrar from your hand.  j    After all the years that the citizens  '��������������������������� of Enderby have been asking for the  i opening of the Indian reserve at our  door, is it possible    that we are actually to see   accomplished  that for  which we have been praying for ?  The Borden Government has taken  up several_ matters since it came into  power which have long been hanjing  fire, and the Commissioners appointed  to look into these matters are going  directly to the 'bottom of the trouble  and making most thorough investigations, ��������������������������� with the result that we are  about to see the disputed matters  settled in absolute fairness to all concerned. First the. matter of water  rights in the railway belt; then the  matter of settlers' rights in the rail*  way belt, and timber limits, and now j  the matter of unused Indian reserve !  land*. - I  The matter of water rights is now  in the hands of a special commission  under the provincial government; the  matter of homestead lands is in the  hands of Commissioner Maber, anl  Dr. McKenna, of Ottawa, has just  been appointed to report on the unused Indian reserve lands. Commissioner Maber is making his investiga-  thc north-bound train by Mr., Cross-  man, secretary of the local Conservative association, who personally  placed before him the question of Indian reserves and other matters in  which  this district is interested.  B. C. FRUIT AT AUCTION  * Over 1,100 cases of B. C. fruit were  sold at auction in Qalgary a few  days ago on behalf of the C.P.R. The  carload consisted of 660 cases of  peaches and 510 of plums. The attendance was large, and the supply  was soon exhausted. Prices for the  peaches averaged 30 cents per box,  and the plums, realized an average  return of 36 cents. All the fruit was  in prime condition and only a small  portion had been'" affected by the few  days additional detention on the  tracks.���������������������������Calgary Herald.  AUSTRALIA  WANTS  OUR  APPLES  . The demand for Okanagan apples is  i increasing much faster than the supply. Instead of being a glut on the  , market, a.s is often predicted by  those not in the know, we cannot bc-  . gin to supply the demand in the  i Northwest    Provinces   alcne. And  now comes the demand from Australia. They can take 100,000 boxes  ���������������������������of our apples. They want them,  j badly. There must be ,���������������������������_ reason-  there is a reason. Jt is that our apples are free from the codling moth,  and this is the only fruit prod-icing  district on this continent that is free  from this pest. Australia will not  allow any fruit to enter that country  that has even a suspicion of coming  from an infected district.  Double tracking of the C. P. R. be-  ��������������������������� tween Calgary anl the coast will he  I started simultaneously at half a  l dozen points early next spring. Specifications for the contractors are  now being rrepared.   The surveys are  virtually completed.  APPLE PACKING CONTEST  A circular letter from Mr. T. E. L.  Taylor, secretary of the Revelstoke  Agricultural Association, says:  "Please notify anyone in your vicinity who. is interested in the matter that the Provincial Government  'apple packing contest, with prizes of  $15, $10 and $5, will be held at our  annual fair on Oct. 8th, 9th and 10th;  entry fee, $1.00.  Sweaters, all colors and styles, at  J. W. Evans & Son's.  charm'ni. view of a bend in the Spallumcheen river  Fresh Meats  If you want prime fresh meats, w  have them. Our cattle are grain-fed  and selected by our own buyers from  the richest feeding grounds in Alber  ta, and are killed ,md cut strictl :  FRESH. j  We buy first-hand for spot cash, so'  can give you the best price possible.  G. R. Sharpe,  Enderby, B. C.  tion most thorough. . He is looking  carefully into, the rights and conditions of the homesteader, on closed  government land as well as on timber limits. At the same time he is  keeping in sight ' the" rights of the  timber men, and is not favoring one  party by doing an injustice to the  other. - When his report - is made  known, it will make clear the attitude of the government in these matters, and there will no longer bc any  uncertainty about the position of  either party.  The Summerland Review reports  that last week Dr. McKenna, special  commissioner looking into the ques-  Yion-of^-fTd ian "rTserves- wftlfirfTliF  province, visited the reserve south of  Trout Creek, on Okanagan hike, nsar  Penticton. He is reported as saying  that the government does not propose to lose any time in formulating  a definite policy for the opening up  not merely of the Trout Creek reserve  but of other reserves throughout the  Province.  -   --   "One thing is certain," Dr. McKenna stated positively, "this question will not he' allowed to lag ?.ny  longer. But to act we must have a  definite policy. My iden i.s for the  government to sub-divide and sell the  land considered suitable for fruit  growing, direct to the iictual settle-rand apply the proceeds of the land  sold to bettering the condition of the  Indians."  The hope was also expressed that  the government would also undertake  the irrigation of the lands in question  and would not allow them to fall  into the hands of speculators.  -ON MALITIA BUSINESS"  Capt. J. C. Henniker and Lieut. A.  F. Grossman, Enderby troop, B. C.  Horse, will leave for Winnipeg Thursday evening, on militia, business.  Capt. Henniker will go direct, while  Lieut. Crossman has been ordered to  act-in the militia, escort, of His Majesty," the Duke of Connaught at Vernon, on Friday, continuing thence to  Winnipeg. ��������������������������� Capt.' Henniker expects  to be absent two weeks, and Lieut.  Crossman four or five weeks. In  Mr. Crossman's absence Mr. Gordon  Davies will attend to his barrister  business. Mr. Davies is a retired  01d-^Gouiitry:;=:^bafrister7^f?tfi=ding af  Mara. He will occupy Mr. Cross-  man's oflice in hisabsence.  WILL S HO W TH E G OOD S'  BELVEDERE STREET CROSSING  The matter of a railway crossing at  thc point where Belvedere strc.t leads  into Railway street, opposite the residence of _Mi\ H. F. Flewwelling, has  frequently been discussed by the City  Council, but no action looking to  having the crossing made has been  taken. Since the completion of thc  East-side road into the city from the  north, this crossing has been frequently urged by travellers over the  road. It is something that should  receive serious consideration by the  city fathers.  Canada is going to show the 'world"  what "can be   done in this country-in  the way.of.   raising    fruits which require warm-'weather to mature. There'  will .be displayed    at the Festival of  Empire in'   London ' this autumn an  array of Canadian grown grapes and  peaches which"  will 0_)en~the eyes of-  Britishers , and    make -them" ask' why  Canada was ever* called  "Our Lady  of the Snows."        . ...  SHUSWAP & OKANAGAN BRANCH  JDaily___trains__,both^vays=from=S-ica-  mous Junction to Okanagan Landing:  South  bound  read down  10.15  (Lv)  10.48  STATIONS  11.03  11.18"  11.45  12.03  -12.30   12.45 (Ar)  H. W. BRODIE  Gen. Pas. Agt.  Vancouver  sicamous  Jet  Mara  Grindrod  Enderby "'-  Armstrong  . Larkin   ..  ���������������������������Vernon   Ok. Landing  North  bound  read up'  (Ar)  17.30  16.45  16.29  16.14"  15.45  15.25  '15:00-  (Lv) 14.45  JNO.BURNHAM  Agent ������������������  Enderby  Tubular Reversible Ties���������������������������thc latest.  J. W. Evans & Son.  R Chadwick  REGISTERED PLUMBER  (certificate.)     Painter and Decorator,  Box 74, Enderby.  HON. MARTIN BURRELL HERE  Hon. Martin Burrell visited the Okanagan Valley last week, and will be  a member of the ducal party on then-  visit to the Valley to-morrow ..Friday). Mr. Burrell's visit last week [  was in connection with thc plan he ,  has adopted in his department at Ottawa, in placing full-blooded sheep in  various parts of the Province for,  breeding purposes.       He was met on  ���������������������������-���������������������������-���������������������������  -���������������������������-���������������������������-���������������������������-<  \ Maundrell & Robinson j  LICENSED t  AUCTIONEERS  Provincial and City License  Let us put money in your pocket by selling that J  which you do not want" |  i  Walter Robinson  Clerk  A. E. Maundrell  Auctioneer  >���������������������������-���������������������������-���������������������������- * ���������������������������   ���������������������������   ���������������������������    ���������������������������    ���������������������������    ��������������������������� >   ���������������������������    ������������������   ������������������-+  '~y -:-V"7 THE ENDERBY PRESS AND WALKER'S WEEKLY  Thursday, October 3, 1912  Panama Canal to be-Finished in a  Year is the Latest Official Estimate  In just l'-i months a vessel will go have a usable length of 1,000 feet and  from the Atlantic to the Pacific ocean a width of 110 feet, which will be the  thruu_-.:i thc Panama canal, according minimum width of the canal,  tu new roviV.>l eslimati-s published at The canal i.s to hc about 50 miles  the recent Panama canal commi.sj-iun. long from deep water in thc Carrib-  Thc tentative date set for thc pass- can Sea to dee]) water in the Paci.ic  a-;." of the liist vessel through the ocean. The channel will vary in  canal is October l.">, i'.il'J. The first width from 1,000 feet at a point just  passage will be made by a naval south of the Gatun loc'ss to 300 feet  vc-s.-d. at a   point   near   the    Pedro Miguel  President Taft has been advised of lock. There will be places where a  the latest estimates of Colonel doe- number of boats can pass abreast,  thals, in charge of canal construction , The minimum depth will be -11 feet.  work,   and  his   approval of the newj^.            _^���������������������������:><=���������������������������T  canal   proeram  is  awaitel.      Formal   U  opening of the canal will occur Janu-jQ        PRO BONO  PUBLICO  ary  1, 1915, it is announced.       Com-   ^  mcrcial vessels will be given its unrestricted use in December,  1'j13.  That the can.U will l,c completed for  less than Lhe estimated cost of $-100,-  000,000  is  reported    by Colonel  Goe-  thals.' It    may -ran as low as $375,- j  000,000.     About  another  million  will *  lie saved,  it is   declared, in bond in-J  terest charges.     Jt is predicted that *  the canal  will  be    completed without I  further issuance of bonds. j  The    amount    of    excavation  com- j  pleted   up to   September   15th,   was '  218,000,000   cubic    yards,  leaving approximately  2-1,000.000  yards still   to  bc dug.     The average rate of excavation per month is now about 2,500,000  cubic yards, a conservative estimate. ,  At the present   rate    of progress all  8  A   ROAD  QUESTION  Editor The Enderby Press:  Dear  Sir:   Through  the  columns  of  the Press,    we    would  like to ask if  ; the road department intends to either  cover with rock or gravel the portion  of the    road   along the east side of  the  railway   track,  beginning at the  city limits and  running north to tho  railway crossing at  the  Lucas  firm.  This summer there has been a good  deal of   money    spent   an  this road,  and good work done.   But to leave it  in  such an  unfinished  condition  is to i  a large extent    throwing away what  has been done.  Do you know how Enderby looks to  ,   ,      ,       the man   living    anywhere along the  the digging should  be finished beiore ,  __     Salmon Arm road alter a few hours' *  ���������������������������\Vhcre En derby's water fit I ly cemes fum  quaiiited  with the work of fire fight, i    Photographer   James   has   put out  1 SEALED TENDERS addressed to  the undersigned, and endorsed '"Tew  der for Wharf at Seymour Arm, B.C.'  will be received at this oflice until ���������������������������!  p.m., on Tuesday, October 29, L9J2,  for the construction of a Pile Bent  Wharf at Seymour Arm, District of  Cariboo, B. C.  '    Plans,    specification    and    form  of  ��������������������������� contract can   be    seen and forms of  I tender obtained    at  this Department  and at the offices of C. C.  Worsfold,  "Esq.,    District   Engineer, New Wcst-  j minster,  B.C.,  F.    W.   Aylmer,  Esq.,  j District Engineer,    Chase,  B.C.,  and  on application  to the Postmaster at  Seymour Arm, 13.  C.  Persons tendering arc notified that  tenders will not be considered unless  made on the printed forms supplied,  and signed with their actual signatures, stating their occupations and  places of residence. In the case of  firms the actual signature, the nature  of the occupation, and place of residence of each member of thc firm  must be given.  Each tender must bc accompanied  by an accepted cheque on a chartered  bank payable to the order of thci  Honourable the Minister of" Public  Works,-equal to ten per rent (10 p.c.)  of the amount of-the tender, which  will be forfeited if the person tendering decline to enter into a contract  when called upon .to do so, or fail to  complete the work contracted for. . If  ' the tender be not accepted the cheque  (     _,_���������������������������_...__ ......  _vjj^ |je returned.   .  ing.   They were-asked by the  Spcrts   som'e very   good   work since opening;    The Department does not bind itself  Committee, for the May 24th cele'rra-! his stiidio   in   Enderby.   He is open  to accept the lowest or any tender.  tion, to pick out two teams and give I for any order in general photography  September 15, 1913.  The dam, locks and spillways projects show stages of completion varying from 75 to 90 per cent, rt is estimated that the Gatun locks will require a'lout 2,000,000 cubic yards of  concrete work. Up to September 15,  well over 19,000,000 cubic yards had  been put in place. The concrete  work of the Pedro Miguel locks is  nearly 95 per cent, completed and  that of the Mira/lores locks over 92  per cent. The Gatun spillway will  probably bc completed within another  month.   . Other    engineering-'features  ���������������������������rain?     Tt looks like a comet without .  a tail, or a frying pan without a han-  ; die���������������������������a very nice place in many ways.  : but no road to get into it except by ���������������������������  train  or a tie-pass.  j   In  building the east-side road,  the j  'old road on   the    west side has been  neglected, and it is in a worse condition    now    than    ever it was,   and  if,  neither road is covered with rock or '  gravel,  where   will- we  bc when  the  , wet season comes?  j'  Is there any reason why the people 1  'of this section should have to put up  .with this state of affairs?     Whv not  are expected  to show an equally" ad-":        ���������������������������,   ,, ,    , ,, _" -.  .  , -       -.       l      -..       I gravel .the road along the west side?  Winced stage toward, completion. !,���������������������������.   ������������������������������������������������������    .     - ,���������������������������.        f   "      ,'      ,    .  ,  J       - - . I here   is    plenty    of   good   material  right  by  the  r.oadside?     lt could   be  straightened and leveled at the same  time.  A  SETTLER.  AN    EXPLANATION  It i.s announced that the'*navies of  all thc nations   of the'world will be  invited to send representatives to attend the formal opening in "1915,.   All (  the fleets cf the United  States navy j  will be mobilized there for the event, ���������������������������  and     the   President    of   the    United   Editor Enderby Press:  States will attend. I    Dear Sir:   In    reply    to    a few  re-  The "canal will have a summit elc- marks in your last iss*.*e I will try to  vatioh of S5 feet above sea level, to explain what has become of this ex-  be reached by' a flight of three locks tensively officered fire brigade, as you ;  located at Gatun on the Atlantic have termed it. The boys (nine out  ifide, and one lock at Pedro Miguel, of ten of whom were non-property  and a flight of two locks at Mira- owners) were turning out to practice  flares "on  thc Pacific.   Each lock will   once-or twice a week and getting ac-  an exhibition race, for which it wns  agreed by the general committee that  a prize of $25 be gi'/ei. This would  have been a good thing for the town  as it woul'l have interested the teams  in the work. - The teams were practicing, with the'encouragement of the  prize, when we learned that at. a later meeting the .?25 had bean withdrawn anl g-nch instead to the City  Band. Since that occurred the boys  on Jjeing as'ced to turn out to practice havo answered, "Let them get  thc band to fight their fires." In  view of the fact that fire, practicing  and "fighting tends to ruined clothes  and considerable expenditure of time,  there is something to be. said-for the  hoys declining the work in the face of  the city's attitude ��������������������������� en the occasion  mentioned. Trusting that you will  find s/ace fer this letter so that your  enquiring friend   may learn  that the  and is also prepared to handle the  developing for amateurs on short  notice.  Sweet cider, 40c per gab on; cooking  apples, lAc    per   pound. Geo.   R.  Lawes, Enderby Heights.  By order,  R. C. DESROCHERS,  ��������������������������� Secretary.  Department of Public Works,  Ottawa, September 27,- 1912.  Newspapers   will   not    be paid  for  this   advertisement   if they insert it  without authority   from  the Department.���������������������������27958.  ERE is an oil-burning lamp which produces a flood of  pure, white light���������������������������more brilliant than gas or electricity  et wonderfully mellow and easy on'lhc eyes.- It is simple  safe, clean and nois'eless.'docs'iiot fill the room with obnox-"  , unhcalthf ui odors. To have a belter lighted home, with an  anile Lamo  actually cost you nothing.   Jt will pay for it.clf in the oil it saves.   I am .  aRcnt for the Mantle Lamp Company of America and am telling you what _'  ���������������������������to bcab.olmc facts.    1'iofcssor Rogers, of Lewis Institute, Chicago, matlc  parative test of all the leading oil-bur:iin; lamps on the market���������������������������anl tho  Aladdin v.-as found to give the beat light an J the r'ost economical to ucc. Hut you  don't need to accept these stronj statements on my word only.   All 2 as.': is the oppo.tur.it;- to prove  them at my own risk.   I will bc ?,lad to let you  above,    together   with  the fact that'll -rov __i   J_i*   .-.v _ ���������������������������    "V      . I*      r*   c   .    ir       ri  tn,.nr ,   ,��������������������������� ,    ,      , -l .L ij FRY an Aladdin Lamp m Your iiome aer-ore sou huy  several members    have lett town ex-   U ...._.._.... .    T _         .   .             J  plains the lack of interest shown  by  the fire department.  Yours very truly,  An  Officer    of    the    Extensively O.'Ti-  cered Fire Britrade.  I  jf I furnish.Table, Bracket, Hanging, Wall and Chandelier types of lamps���������������������������in fact Aladdin Lr.irips for every  {j purpose. Just drop me a post can! and simply say you are inteicstcd. I'll be "glad to brine an AladJiiiLr.mpio  Jj   show you sod leave in your home to use a night or two, entirely without obligation.   Mail the eai-1 icizy.   ij  BERNARD ROSOMAN, Agent,  L Grindrod, Okanagan Valley, B.C.  The Mantle Lamp Co. ot America, Chicago,  Portland,    Dallas,   Vvaterbury,  Montreal and Winnipeg.'  Write for the "Concrete Book"  Lous it) the ��������������������������� trenm at the En let by miw mill  UI.ATI-1   OF   III.NKY   (.'RANI.  Mr. .1. E. (V-iiie receive.1 the sad  news of thr de.ith of his brother, Mr.  Ilenry ("rune, last Thursday mornin;'.  J lis death < crinx 1 at. Monrovia, Cal.  on the 21th. Tbe deceased was the  youngest son of Mrs. Charles Crane,  of Deer Park, I-Millcur, and was in his  ���������������������������lOth year. He visited I.nlerby anl  Hullcar two years ago, and much improved in health while here. On re-  Lurning to Victoria, where he reside 1  for twenty years or more, he found  that he continued to fail in health,  and subsequently sought relief at  Monrovia. For many years he was  chief clerk in the attorney-general's  oflice,*'Victoria,'aiid'it was his close  confinement to hi.s o'lie'e duties there  that brought on the Inni: trouble that  caused his death. Tho funeral will  take place this week at Ross Day '  cemetery,   Victoria.  THE   EXODUS   INTO   CANADA  Read  what Mr.    Champ d.-rk  s ij's  about  tbe  exodus  of  American  farmers into ("anath: "In my own county,  in     Missouri.     forty three     families ���������������������������  loaded up an entire train and started ,  out for Alberta, all in one day. There  was  not  a    nvui   among   them   that  was not    well-to-do.      They  were  in- '  tclligent,   energetic,   industrious,   economical     American    citizens,  and   we ���������������������������  lost  them.       These    families  carried  with    them    assets    to    tbe value  of*  .$3,000  each.     These    are  exactly   the ,  kind  of    citizens    Lhat    this country  cannot afford  to lose."  Will  Valley papers please note tint  Penticton  fall  fair will  take place on  Friday,  October    18th and not Sept.  28th,  as advertised  by  most of them.  fiiticton Herald.  If  f  %  m  'p  ify.  v'A  1  i  1  m  p  IN Canada, where the winters arc long and cold, houses must be solid and substantial.    No "gingerbread frills,"  Mich a.s distinguish California bunp-alows, can be permitted.      Canadian homes should be built to defy wind and  cold, to keep warm inside when it's thirty below out-doors.  IT is because Concrete, of all materials, best withstands wind, water and cold, that it is fast becoming popular with  Canadian home-builders.    Concrete houses are warm in winter, requiring less coal for h-ating ;  they are cool in  summer.    A Concrete house never needs repaiis ;  because, instead of decaying, it actually grows stronger with  time and exposure to the elements.  "yiiRV attractive arcliitectuial effects may be obtained with Concrete,  especially for houses in the country, where  the rough concrete surface harmonizes with its surroundings.  /arm, wri'e now for our free book, which  tells nil about the mixing nnd placing of  Concrete, and describes hundreds of practical lists for it. Just say " Send me your  hook" in a letter or on a post raid, and  the book will be sent you absolutely  free.  CINCE il never required 'epnirs, the first  '-' cost of a concrete residence is its last  cost; and it is cheaper, for thin reason,  than any other kind of home.  "VTOT only is Concrete the b-st material  ���������������������������*      for hoiue-buildintf.  It  Address���������������������������  Publicity Manager  mil-; also  ngs.  used in scores of other ways around the  home and on the farm. For each of  these purposes it is the best material  known.  IF you haven't investigated  the use of  Concrete nround the home and on the  CANADA CEMENT COMPANY LIMITED  507 Herald Building  MONTREAL  When buying. Cement,.bt sure to  get "Canada Cement." See that every  bag and barrel bears this label. Tltcn  you will be sun of satisfaction,  We have   a   free Information  Department   that  will   answer   all-  your questions   relating to  Cement,      M.  viithout cost or obligation. M.  J  w  If  i  m  J"/  W  I '.I \  Thursday, October 3, 1912  t,  t  THE ENDERBY PRESS AND WALKER'S WEEKLY  ?*-_  5  Piping Hot Water Always Ready  i  Wholesale Fruit Dealers Tell Why B.  C. Fruit is Outstripped in Vancouver  for every occasion, with the Kootenay Steel.Range,  without "driving" the fire or wasting fuel. The  generous-firebox is built so that the water heats very  rapidly as it passes through the water" front; and  gives a plentiful supply. One bath usually empties  the boiler heated by an ordinary range-with the  result that the. rest of the family must wait for,more  water to heat. Not'so with the boiler attached-to  the water front of a  In.f the  Vancouver  * News-Advertiser  of Sept.c   28th,   -the    question of the  Vancouver wholesale fruit dealers and  the. lack   of   Okanagan    fruit on the  Vancouver market, was discussed.   A  fair statement of the case was given  by  the   managers    of   different fruit  concerns.   From these interviews it is  apparent that   the crux of the whole  situation   lies    in ' the fact that our  fruit growers are not organized, and  our fruit shippers -.but faultily organized,  and  arc therefore not able to  get into the    market as readily nor  as profitably as the more thoroughly  organized    fruit-growers'    unions  on  the American side'.'-;We have,  for instance, in the Okanagan Valley alone,  The Vernon Fruit'Union, the Kelowna  Farmers'  Exchange," the Summerland  Fruit    Shippers    Union,   the  McNair  Exchange, the Jackson Exchange, and  a few others'.     All are attempting in  their own    way   to handle the fruit  and produce,   of    the    Valley to the  best    advantage   of   themselves    and  the producers.     Each concern has its  own  way of doing business,  and the  fixed by the middlemen of Vancouver,  * * * who make a fine living hy  turning over the produce." In an interview with the same paper .Mr.  Thomas Cunningham, provincial inspector of fruit pests, said: "I agree  with Lt.-Col. Glossop that the fruit  growers of this province are not being given a square deal."  "Now let me give you thc wholesale fruit merchants' stand," continued Mr. Fraser, after reading these  interviews. "And remember our business is not one of sentiment. We  supply what our customers 'demand,  and, when American boxes of apples  weigh out five pounds more per box  than their British Columbia competitors every time, and are generally  packed better and in better condition  the merchant naturally purchases  them. Now I did not know you were  coming, but I can give you an example of this right on the spot." He  proceeded between1 two walls of boxes  filled with delicious smelling fruit,  and, picking a box from the ground  placed it upon the weighing machine.  because the Kootenay never fails to heat as much  water as is required and,as fast as it is used. The  nearest McClary Agent will make clear to you the  reasons why y-pu ought to own a" Kootenay. 5G  tf?n  Pi ^ I  tondon.V, Tdrcnioi   .Montreal,. "Winnipeg,  "Vancouver","- St. John, N.B.j.  'llarr.il'.oa. - CnVr^iy -  _1^,:V^  j;and this wasca    year when fruit was  I plentiful on both sides.   Incidentally,  ;Mr. Galvin    remarked'   that his firm  j was doing an educational work which  the Dominion government shook! do.  j He drew    a   copy of the Act dealing  , with such matters from a drawer be-  'fore him  and  read passages  from  it  j dealing  with   packing,   marking,  etc.,  of  fruit.        "People    are   constantly  sending us fruit not packed and graded and marked according to thc Act'  he   explained.     "We    don't refuse to  take such    consignments,  because we  recognize that it is usually a case of  ignorance.     We   send    a copy of the  Act to the grower and tell him what  to  do.       All    this    takes  time and  should be done by the government."  He  mentioned    that    thc    Okanagan  price to-day for a fancy box of apples  was $1.76    delivered in Vancouver in  carload lots,    whereas the  American  growers were offering the same grade  of fruit at a price equal to $1.22 delivered in Vancouver.      "The crux of  the whole matter is that fruit grow- '  ing in B. C,  with " occasional exceptions, has not reached the same stage '  of    development    as ^it has during a  much    longer    development    in     tlie  states.     Of'' course we would always  sooner buy in B.-C. if we can, with  justice to    our    customers and  ourselves."  the" Home  date^Hard  / - 7v ^.".WecaiTy^eyery'thing f 6-?the';Spj-Ti.tsman, ,the Builder,  Makeiv the' Parmer,' that tsiri be purchased in an-:up7tor(  ware^ Implement^'and  Crockery1 Store.   , "Plumbihg'and HeattiYg  -.Systems'inst'alJecl.'Xall.or write"for prices..    ."'_7/%^z" -   .--'".:  > , ���������������������������_! ������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������ . _  B. BRUNDISH  Enderby, B. C.  Bricks, Lime, Hard Wall  Plaster and Cement  .  Estimates furnished en all kinds  of Cement, Brick arid.Plaster  Work: '  rhoto hy Hodson]  LookiiiR down upon Deer Tark lands  field 'of- each'-Ms3more* or less rcstric-j The machine ^-registered" 47-;p6unds  ted.* Naturally,1 each" must"'find great. weight. Upon-the surface'of the box  difficulty at times irrgetting together ��������������������������� was printed "Kelowna-apples'." ': He  the'  require!"-��������������������������� shipments   in carload'took itcoff'"-and ^substituted another  Real 'Estate,' Insurance, Etc.  Post Office Block, Enderby  A large listing-River Front Lands in small acreage���������������������������close to town.  ._"...On monthly payment*system.         20 acres Bench Land's, excellent for fruit; Price,.������������������1,500 -.  ���������������������������  14 acres Fruit and Hay Land, v/ith building, for $1,250, on terms  ...-������������������������������������������������������. '_���������������������������*'���������������������������  - I have the largest listing of fruit and farming lands to-be  had in" the Northern Okanagan.       Intending buyers would do well  to call* and see my listing before securing elsewhere.  lots.- lii their dhbbling; they .spoil a  good thing for'all.    "   /        ,  ��������������������������� In addition to    the shippers cf the  Okanagan already   "referred to,  there  are as" many   more -in    the .different  producing points in' the Interior and  on  the Coast*.     These are all trying  to operate in the same field, but none  of them have any working "connection  one with the other and all as a whole  and the result is, that the market is  captured by the more "successfully organized and    older" shippers' union of-  Washington.     ' Organization and concentration under one hea'd is the only  thing that will   save the'fruit industry of   British   Columbia.       We* can  produce-the finest apples anl peaches  in the world, and the market���������������������������the demand��������������������������� is close at hand and virtually  unlimited, but unless there is a more  box'of apples labelled with a big "Y^  ���������������������������Yakima" apples from WcnafcchVe,  Wash, lt turned the scale at 51  pounds. '.'These are two standarl  boxes of apples, one British Columbian and the'other Washington, and  that is a usual comparison," he con-"  tinucd.      .   -   i.;. -    - ,'  ' In the next place local apples are  held at a higher figure���������������������������they want  more money for them than the AmerK  SVNCPSIS OF COAL KINING REGULATIONS;^  / Coal' mining rights of tho Dominion",  in] Manitoba*; f-Saskatche wans and a'AI-vI  berta,;' the Yukon... Territory, ��������������������������� the.-.-  Northwest Territories .and.;a*;portion"*-'  of- the .province of British 'Columbia, ->  may-, be leased:" for, a^term -of: twenty-' -.  onelyears,at..an -annual.rentaLbf $l" "'  an." acre. - Not more than 2,560 acres -'-  will'be leased to .one applicant.; - yy  Application    for   a   lease must.be"'-*  made by the    applicant in" person to o  the Agent .or _ sub-Agent -of the-dis-'  trict in which rights applied for, are  situated. '"''., . .:  In surveyed territory the land must   ~  he doscrioed   by    sections,   or   legal  sub-divisions of   sections, and-in^un- -  surveyed   territory   the tract applied ' -'  for shall be staked out' by the applicant himself.  Each   application  "must be accon*-  DONT HAVE  Dangerous, unreliable, expensive Gasoline  home.  or   Ascetylene    Lamps in your  Buy Aladdin Lamps  1911  Pat.  elegence  80 c. p.  of    design'  More bril-  Ihorough organization formed to" han-  dle the fruit and produce of the whole  province under one head, our fruit  growers and shippers will be confronted with the same conditions each  year that confront them to-day.  '.'I don't want   to be unfair to "British Columbia   growers���������������������������as a niatter  of_ fact., we-"-.would ���������������������������much- sooner -purchase-from them than from the other  side, for blood is   thicker than water  cans," proceeded the manager.   'Tor  instance, for a   box of Jonathan ap-1 pafn,C? ,by.,al,fee -^ '5 wl?ich wI11" be  ���������������������������,  - f l,      ���������������������������, ������������������������������������������������������"���������������������������<������������������> ay    refunded if the rights applied for are  pies from   the   Okanagan they went  not available,  but not* otherwise.   A  royalty   shall   be-paid .on    the merchantable output of the mine at the-  $1.40. In Yakinva, Wenatchee, Wash.-,  they want ?1.10. The freight rate  from the Okanagan is 40 cents, from  Wenatchee 30 cents. A-Jonathan" apple box with five pounds less weight  of apples in would- cost $1.C0 from  the  Okanagan.     From" the  American  rate of-five cents per ton;  The person operating the riiine shall  furnish the Agent with sworn" returns  accounting for the full - quantity ot  merchantable coal mined and pay the  .royalty therean. ;lr-tne coal mining-  rights=aro=-nofe=being=eperatedf^*sucii=  be furnished at least  side, after paying    duty,  freight and   returns should  inspection, it would cost $1.41.   Take!once a year. , ���������������������������  .. .  peaches.     The    last   car    wc bought     Ttie lease wil1 include the coal min  from    Wenatchee    was  duty, 0.8 c freight  - * '  tai  32.   Add  20c  Ac inspection���������������������������to-'  GO odd.       The  .55c a   box,  freight   and ice charges."  15c���������������������������total .70." "    '  Particular stress was laid upon the  ing rights only, but the lessee may be  permitted. to purchase whatever  available surface rights may be con--  Odorless, noiseless, clean, steady, safe.     Combining  with the most up-to-date powerful white light���������������������������60    to  liant than electricity, yet easy on the eyes.  This triumph of modern science is built on the Arysand jtinciplc, using !���������������������������but if you want the truth about all-  the Bunscn flame and '.he modern incandescent mantle. {this talk you    hear    every now and  The Aladdin Lamp burns common coal oil with    great economy;  using ',,,������������������������������������������������������  ���������������������������,,������������������������������������������������������*. ������������������.,"      -,, ,, .     ,.  only one-third as much as thc old-fashioned lamps.     H yet produces fr0ni ia&am about tIlc    middlemen in  Van-  three to ten times more light of superior quality. 'Couver making great    profits,  paying  SOLD ON TRIAL���������������������������Absolute satisfaction guaranteed.- Full line of the grower very poor prices and mak-  portable and fixed lamps, shades, mantles and all accessories. We have ing the public pay heavily I shall be  50,000  testimonials.   Our friends  and neighbors   use    the    Aladdin.   Write  for a catalogue. BERNARD ROSOMAN, Agent,  Grindrod, Okanagan Valley, B.C.  The Mantle Lamp Co. of America, Chicago, Portland, Dallas, Waterbury,  Montreal and Winnipeg.  Fred. H. Barnes  BUILDER &  CONTRACTOR  Plans and estimates  furnished  Dealer in Windows, Doors, Turnings and all- factory work.  Rubberoid Roofiing, Screen  Doors and Windows. .Glass cut  to any: size.  We represent S.C.Smith Co,, of  Vernon. Enderby.  t>s~  IF VOU WANT TO OWN  Pocket  Knife  BUY A CARBO MAGNETIC KNIFE  .pleased to give it to'you, and first  !let me state that there's not a firm  :on this wholesale street that won't  i handle the sale of produce at from a  i ten to fifteen per cent, profit, and zo  .more."  This statement was made hy Mr.B.  L. Fraser, manager for Messrs. Oscar  Brown & Co.,    Water    street.     This  statement   was    corroborated by the  I manager of Messrs. F. R. Stewart &  I Co., Water street.   These arc the two  j largest wholesale   produce merchants  ��������������������������� in  Vancouver,    and  the News-Advertiser says it is   fairly representative  of the trade generally.  This was said in reply to thc criticism which appeared in that paper a  Okanagan peachisidercd. necessary  for" the working of  the mine at the rate of $10.00 an acre  For   full     information   application  ���������������������������.should be made   to the Secretary of  the.Department   of thc Interior,-.Ot-  SubrAgchr  question-of-'selecting-"and "packing" tawaT "or"to"ah"y~Agent"or  fruit for the market,'the manager al-" oi dominion Lands  leging that shortcomings in these re-        n������������������������������������������������������,( -...  . .      *;..' 9������������������}^'  ���������������������������,,������������������������������������������������������,   ���������������������������      ...   .   . ..      , . ,   ��������������������������� Deputy. Minister of the Interior  spects constituted thc chief offences of N.n.-Unauthorb'.ed m.blicntion of  B. C. growers, although he was par- this advertisement will not be paid  ticular to state that the fruit packed ;for- si������������������2  under the    auspices of the Okanagan |"  Fruit Union and another large or^an-j  ization  was always well prepared for !  the market.     But the great majority {  of local growers   shipped  their fruit  too green or too ripe.     "Then there  is  another    thing.    Lots  of  growers  want to   ship    50   or 100 boxes at a  time,  but we,    and  other merchants,  want  them    in   carloads  to  get  the  freight rate.     Farmers will not combine in   this    way���������������������������or only occasionally."  Mr. G. H. Galvin,    thc manager of  the F. R.    Stewart   concern, was in-  If you  have land  to sell  For Sale by  terviewed, and his remarks covere I  similar ground as that taken by Mr.  Fraser. Mr. Galvin did not agree  with Mr. Cunnungham that thc foreign fruit grower had got control of  the Vancouver market, and as an illustration   that   this was not so, he  few days before by Lt.-Col. W. Glossop, a well-known, fruit grower,  who [mentioned that during the past three  THE ENDERBY TRADING CO,'asserted that "tho..prices for both the   weeks his firm had used 17 cars of B.  . f grower and the consumer are largely I C.  fruit to six   cars of foreign fruit,  List it with me.  | If  you   want to  I buy land, see me.  !    My ni'w booklet, descriptive o{ the Mara District is now out.   GKT   ONE,  Chas. W. Little  Eldernell Orchard,Mara,B.C.  ,".' THE ENDERBY PRESS AND WALKER'S WEEKLY  Thursday, October 3, 19] 2  OKANAGAN RURAL DEANERY  Earl Jr., the champion pacing stallion, owned by Mr. P. H. Murphy, anl  whose home .stable i.s at Enlerby, is now racing on the Grand Circuit.  After winning six straight free-for-all races on the Canadian Circuit this  season, the Earl was taken to Detroit, and there, a week or ten days  ago, hc won first inon?y in his first Grand Circuit free-for-all of the season. His next race was at Columbus, Ohio. There, against hi.s old  rivals, Evelyn W., anl Independence Boy, in the first heat of the race  and in very slow time, the Earl was distanced, and dropped out of the  race. The reports do not give -any particulars, and  what occasioned  thc Karl's poor showing.  The  Anglican  clergy  of  tha  Valley  assembled  in Enderby on Monday  of  this  week,  for   the    purpose of their  ���������������������������quarterly    conference.       Rural   Dean  Greene    was    unavoidably    absent  in I  connection    with    a meeting  at  Vancouver of the Governors of St.Mark's i  IJall, so Rev.  H.  A.  Roily, rector of j  Summerland,    presided   in   his  stead. *  There were   present    th. Revs.   .1.  A. ���������������������������  Cleland  of Penticton,  C.  H.   Meyrick '  of Kelowna,    I).   Robertson   of    The! i  Centre,   J.   M.    Comyn-Ching of Ver-; j  non,  H.  King  of    Armstrong,  M.   F. 'j  Hilton  of  Enderby  and   C.   Cavalier, 'j  lay reader of Peachland. i  On Monday evening thc members of ���������������������������[  the W. A. held a reception in St. :!  George's Hall, and also served a very 'j  dainty luncheon in the same place on jj  tbe following day.  The conference   ended, with evening  .ervice, when the clergy formed a sur-  liced    choir,    and    the  sermon   was  preached by Rev. C. H. Mevrick.  DEATH AT MARA  Listen!  1 dearly love to see  niy mama, wear  nice i\ew Clothes.  it    is  not  known  GOOD REASON  In his excellent magazine, The Fra  Elbert Hubbfird,  of Bart  Aurora,  N  V., asks the question: "Why do peo- , r n ,, -., , , . , - -.-"  ���������������������������,��������������������������� ��������������������������� .. , _. ,- ���������������������������_ , cl7 H* G- Mann, electrical contractor,  pie  want to  leave the  United  States .   and go to   Canada?"     Anl then he'    Come in and    look    at .our Fit-rite  proceeds to Five this answer:   "Sim- suits.    J. W. Evans & Son.  ply because Canada atTords better op- ,- ���������������������������_���������������������������__������������������������������������������������������.���������������������������-__-." ���������������������������  portunities    than    does    the    United ���������������������������  States.     In Canada they are building (  railroads.       In    the   yerr 1911  more j  miles of railroad   were built in  Can- :  ada than    were   built   in the United !  Stater, by five   to one.     Canada be- ,'  lieves in  Big  Business." j  In  this connection,    the new  maca-'i  zinc    of   Vancouver,   known    as The '  ; After an illness extending over two j  years, the beloved wife of Mr. Harry !  Oswald Kellett, dicl at their home j  on the morning of September 23rd, I  and was interred in the Mara ceme- J  tery on    Wednesday.    Sept.  25th,  the j    funeral    service    being    held    at   the  Latest improved    .���������������������������ion-fragile Tung- Mara ch-trch,  Rev.  Mr. Hilton  oflici-  sten Lamps in    all   sizes for sale by  ating.     The deceased was beloved by-  all,  and her death,  while long expec  ers among the first to take up arms  in defense of their view home."  ted, cast a gloom over the community.  Armstrong  Fall  xhibition  T?  Limit, adds:  "It is jgood    to    see those Yankees  corn-In*: over and bringing their goods,'  chattels and families with them. Most I  of them   "are--settling",in  the" prairie i  provinces,    for . they    are essentially  Wednesday <Q -Thursday  OCT. 16 & 17  ! CARD  OF  THANKS  : Permit me to take this means of  thanking the good people of Mara ������������������:>r  | all the many kindnesses extended to  : ns in the protracted .illness of my be-  , loved wife, and--also for their assistance in the last sad services.  |        - H. 0. KELLETT.  ;    Kelvin Grove," Mara, B.C.  ULSTER DAY QUIET  - Ulster Day, Sept. ' 28th, has'come  and gone, and there are not any more  sore heads in Belfast than ordinarily.  This is an advertisement for women, but  it is addressed to A\EA.  Why? Because it is to your interest  even more than to your wives, that they  buy our special line of read^-made  clothes. By fitting out your wives-with  our ready to wear clothes you will give  fhem more time to make home happy. If  your wives and daughters are well  dressed it helps YOl/ both socially and in  business. Home-made clothes never  have the style of the modern-ready-to-  wear models. The moral of this little talk  is: Husbands, buy your wives our ready-  to-wear clothing.  ���������������������������  , >    *���������������������������-������������������������������������������������������   - <"i^j     <n _   cssaciiiiiiiiy |   ----. ..__.>.._ i��������������������������� __p-.__._oi,  witui or-.il ii ai uy.  farmers.       And  they are good  farm-j Under auspices the Armstrong & Thc Ulsfcernicn made a nasty display  ers,   too.  They  know.how .to tic'v'ie.;"    Spallumcheen Agricultural      X canon' niachine slins ���������������������������* rifles in  the barren prairie and make it laugh 1 ^ c    ���������������������������  lt ..their street   parades    leading   up  to  its-, pnldon    Inn-oof     r.i    XT,,.,, ���������������������������������������������,���������������������������'-��������������������������� /-...-       ��������������������������� -   ������������������>0C1CL} Ulsfcpr  I)/.v    hut   -.������������������.   th���������������������������  t���������������������������J���������������������������i   ......     ,,  Us. golden harvest -of Number"One _  Hard wheat. Pioneering holds nol  terrors for them. They have been i  through it all. back in Missouri, and j  Iowa, and Minnesota, and' thc Da- '  kotas, and the other Middle' States.  " "They are making good Cana'lian  citizens, too. You will find the large  majority  of    them    taking" out  their  "citizen parers as sonn as they have  lived on this side long enough to have  acquired a residence. Also, it is a  ten-to-one bet that if the Un'ted  States attempted to annex this co-n-  try against her will, you would find  those same Canadian-American'farm-j  ts on  Prize List:  Application  Get your  Entries in early  Ulster .Day, but. on the fatal day all  were orderly and quiet.  The Ulstermen arc determined that  the Belfast* tail -shall wag the Irish-  dog, and they have signed the solemn  covenant which binds them "to use  all the means that may be found necessary to defeat the'present, conspiracy to   set   up home rule in Ire-  v -r^r~r ,.������������������������������������_. WWIIJ^ I     UilJ HI Alt*-  This 3'ear's Exhibition prom-  laiKi-" nnd" also to refuse to recognize  iseS   tO   eXCCl   all previous   t!le a������������������thority of the Irish parliament.  Exhibitions.     Come - ancl' GATH^^^^ERR1Ba  participate m the prizes.  The Flics  Revenge  A Poem With a Moral.  F. C. Wolfenden. Sec'y.  ENDERB?"FITO0R  MOFFET'S  |.  A party of Enderbyites motored to  ��������������������������� Mabel    Lake   Saturday   evening and  spent    Sunday   enjoying the beauties  of Nature out-of-doors in the 'delightful sunshine   of    an ideal   September  day.     The party-consisted of Mana-  _.ger____S tawensf=--a nd=AIessrsf=Isenilcer  Prince, Milt.   Stevens and Dr.  C: ..w-  jj ford.     To their   surprise they  found  j in many   places   by   thc wayside an  jj abundance of wild strawberries juicy  and  ripe���������������������������and    they brought a small  box of   them   home   with    them    as  proof of the pudding.  Made strictly from Saskatchewan and Alberta wheat, in the  "ONLY MILI/in the "Okanagan." "t"he "Pl'ONKER mill of British  Columbia, and now one of the MOST COMPLETE milling systems in Canada. Try this (lour and you'll find it will produce a  grent volume of good, wholesome. NUTRITIOUS bread. You  will find the color WHITER than any othor flour on the market  -this means that it is CLEANER than any other flour on the  market.  WHY NOT USE YOUR HOME FLOUR ?  We both lose money if you don't.     For sale by all good grocers  or at our mill.  COLUMBIA    FLOURING    MILLS    CO.Li_i_.ted  THIS -LIMIT  Messrs. Smith & Bohannau _ ._ve  started the publication in Vancouver  of a magazine entitled "The Limit."  it is of a very high order, somewhat  after the fashion of Fuck and Judge.  Mr. Itohannan handles thc Faher, mul  Air. Smith the crayon. Both gentlemen are experts in their line Mr.  Smith's cartoons* are certain to attract attention. He has the happy  faculty of picturing events in thc  cleanest vein of humor, and none of  them leave a nasty taste in the  mouth.  '|'EN little Aim  All in a lint-  One got f (wat.  Then there *������������������r������������������ ��������������������������� ���������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������ee������������������  VINE little ftiee  Grimly sedate  Licking their, chepe���������������������������  Swat!    Thee **r������������������ ��������������������������� ���������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������  MIGHT little fiiee  Raismg aome mor^-  S������������������at!    Swatl    S*atl    Swatl  Then there were ��������������������������� ��������������������������� ��������������������������� ���������������������������  I.^OUR little Rim  Colored green blue���������������������������  =S_aa 11_( a i nlt_ it_eae v 1)          Then there were ��������������������������� ���������������������������  TWO little fliee  Dodged the civilian���������������������������  PARLY   iVfcXT   OAY  THERE   WERE   A   MILLION!  ��������������������������� Buffalo News.  OF   CANADA  Paid-up Capital. Rent CO 4 o-f 07A  ���������������������������nd Undivided 1'rolits  *������������������*+0*t*M V  Total Assets (Over)    $58,000,000  If you want the news of  the Enderby District and  to keep posted on its .devel-,  nnm pnt    y������������������,U WI'H find  ft t0 your  aclvantage t0' Estimates furn'i<  Upi-teill, subscribe to me ENDERBY PRESS     ���������������������������f"emen. fo  B. BRUNDISH  Enderby, B. C.  Bricks, Lime, Hard Wall  Plaster and Cement  THE   TYPHOID   FLY.  Oaby by**,  Here's a fly.  Let us swat him, you and I,  While we talk  See him walk  Ano tor  microt.ee never  balk.  Do you think with six such feet  You and I  would  walk on me-t?  Will thie fly  Tell me why  He will walk on bread and pie?  Sure he knowe  That his toes  Are all covered with typhos.  I should think it I were he  I'd not tall in milk and tea.  Kill him ouick  Or he'll make you very sick.  Flies  you  strictly  should avoid  It you would not have tyohoid.  ���������������������������Coowery  School  Magazine.  A Growing Balance  <  in a Savings Bank Account is one  of the strongest incentives to  further saving. It is a source of  genuine satisfaction, and gives a  comfortable feeling of security  "f fonrf i iraircittrfroublesl  If you haven't a Savings Bank  Account already, now is the time  to start oue.    Come iu aud do it.  Enderby Branch,   tf. D. C. CHRISTIE, Manager  LONDON, ENG., BRANCH,  SI Tlrrcudneedlc St., E.C.  F. W. ASHE, - . Manancr.  -G. M. C. 11/Uir SMITH,   Assistant MUr.  Write for sample copy.  Work.  Want Ads.  ...   j HORSE    POR   SALE���������������������������Large,     well-  Shed Oil all Kinds ;,)ullt|    but - too ������������������������������������������������������ old    for continuous  ick and 1 raster;hard workt     Apply,  h. p. Cowan,  I Enderby.  A MiS-HIT  Did you make a mis-hit  the time you employed the  last " help."  Don't worry. There are  lots of good fish in the sea,  and a sure bait to catch them  is a Want Ad.  ..������������������rn������������������M.< IP.** I, H   W   U.l'.p.,  asm  FOR RENT���������������������������Furnished house! 5 room  on Knight street. Apply, R. Blackburn, Enderby.


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